|Native Speaker - botabis|
Keywords: Native Speaker; Braids
|recordathon_ian.stewart - ian stewart|
In this video, I present my French-language rendering of the wordless book, "Frog, Where Are You?" (by Mercer Mayer).
Keywords: french; fra; non-native speaker
|Rosetta Project Record-a-thon|
Rosetta Project Record-a-thon
Keywords: Icelandic; native speaker; reading; isl
|recordathon_abigail.bard_844 - Abigail Bard|
Me talking about one of my best buddies - Ian Stewart, one of the volunteers at the event.
Keywords: English; eng; native speaker; fluent speaker
|recordathon_summer.dougherty_takeshi.kaji - ian stewart|
Discussion of Russian grammar and other assorted topics, in Russian. Some co-opted English words.
Keywords: Russian; rus; non-native speaker; language learner
|recordathon_reiko.kataoka - reiko kataoka|
Aesop's fable "tortoise and the hair" spoken in Japanese.
Keywords: japanese; fable; tale; jpn; native speaker; fluent speaker
|recordathon_jordan.brown_75 - jordan brown|
Some brief, non-fluent Sinhala.
Keywords: sinhala; sin; non-native speaker; language learner; reading
|recordathon_karl.aspelund_02 - Karl Aspelund|
Icelandic poem "Gunnarsholmi" by Jonas Hallgrimsson (1807-1845)
Keywords: Icelandic; poetry; gunnarsholmi; jonas hallgrimsson; isl; native speaker; fluent speaker
|Chang-rae Lee: The Surrendered - Kansas City Public Library|
Award-winning novelist Chang-rae Lee discusses his new novel The Surrendered, a spellbinding story of how love and war echo through an entire lifetime, on April 22, 2010, at the Central Library, 14 W. 10th St., Kansas City, MO. The book has been called a profound meditation on the nature of heroism and sacrifice, the power of love, and the possibilities for mercy, salvation, and surrendering oneself to another.
Keywords: Chang-rae Lee; writer; author; novelist; the surrendered; native speaker; kansas city; kansas city public library
|recordathon_sandy.thacker - Sandy Thacker|
Sandy and trio have a little talk in Esperanto about some of their travels, using Esperanto, around the world.
Keywords: Esperanto; International Language; travel; conversation; travelogue; epo; non-native speaker; fluent speaker